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Curated research library of TV news clips regarding the NSA, its oversight and privacy issues, 2009-2014

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Primary curation & research: Robin Chin, Internet Archive TV News Researcher; using Internet Archive TV News service.


Eric Holder
U.S. Attorney General
MSNBCW 01/24/2014
Melber: Also, in a New Yorker interview the President was asked about potential deals of clemency for Edward Snowden which is some NSA officials said should be on the table. He said it is not a yes-no issue. Does that mean a deal of some kind could be possible for Mr. Snowden? Holder: He is a person who is charged, will be charged with a variety of crimes. When he has – legal representation and if those lawyers want to talk about a resolution of the case, we would obviously engage in those conversations. Melber: but -- that means that it is -- you haven't ruled it out? Holder: Clemency, a -- simple, you know, no-harm, no-foul. I think that would be going too far. But in the resolution of this matter, with an acceptance of responsibility, you know, we would always, you know, engage in those kinds of conversations.
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